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worker in south los angeles. with gang infested housing projects that are now almost mythic, jordan downs and nickerson gardens, and i worked in these projects during what is referred to as the decade of death, when crack and unregulated gun availability laid waste to communities of color. in los angeles during the late 1980's and early 1990's, there were 1000 homicides per year in the city of los angeles, not the county, the city. now, we have between 203 hundred homicides per year. people talk about the gang problem having been addressed. i want to share with you, what i experienced, what i have learned, i am not a typical academic. i will not quote statistics to you or talk about theories. i will talk with you about practicality. pragmatic approaches, and i will talk about reality. san francisco, like los angeles learned, will never saw or deal with its gang problems effectively unless there is true collaboration. i will talk to you about what this looks like and feels like. i will speak to you about the lessons that we have learned as law enforcement had to come off of the high perch,
. jan crawford is on the trail in los angeles tonight. jan, good evening. i'm wondering what you're hearing from the inside. how worried is the campaign about the last week? >> reporter: well, jim, campaign advisers concede to me when i'm talking to them this was a terrible week because it really got romney off his economic message, his focus on jobs. they remain confident. they think this is a tight race. they've got a strategy and they're going to close it in the coming weeks. but what we did see this week is a lot of conservative pundits sticking it to romney for some of their strategies and tactics and we're seeing it trickle out to his supporters, his base. we were at a rally in las vegas yesterday where romney gave a bilge teach spooep and i talked to some of the supporters afterwards and they were saying, "we want to see some fire. he has to really bring it." when romney was greeting them on the rope line, you could almost hear them imploarg him to get tougher. just take a listen to this. >> mitt, get tough! get tough! they're ruthless. they are ruthless. get tough! >> rep
. >>> mitt romney spoke out about the plane. ann romney eventually made it to los angeles and was there last night when her husband talked about the incident. >> i appreciate the fact that she is on the ground, safe and sou sound. i don't think she knows how worried some of us where. when you have a fire in the aircraft, there's no place to go and you can't find any oxygen from outside to the inside because the windows don't open. i don't know why they don't do that. it's a real problem and it's very dangerous. she was choking and rubbing her eyes and fortunately there was enough oxygen for the pilot and co-pilot to make a safe landing in denver. >> sounds pretty scary. no one was injured on the plane. a secret servicemember spoke with ann's mom saying it was supposed to be a nonsmoking flight. >>> now to pakistan where an official is offering a $100,000 reward for the anti-islamic filc maker. here he is. he said he was speaking for himself, not as a government representative. the prime minister condemned the bounty. and around the world there were protests. there were peaceful protests like
was a disappointment, 2012, a redemption. >> tonight's victory was all the more sweet with the dodgers's los angeles loss tonight, moving them into a position with a win, 8-4. >> i'm very excited. when the dodgerss lost 8-0 against cincinnati. and 360 million down the drain. >> the dodgerss can fine whoever they want, all comes down to chemistry. can't buy a championship, you have to earn it. and that is what the giants are doing. >> as you can imagine, people are still out here celebrating restaurants and bars around the ballpark are parked with fans, to celebrate, live in san francisco, kimberly terry, nbc, bay area news. >> all right, folks with red hair behind you, as well, or orange, i suppose. and you're lucky, we're all jealous. >> i always root for bay area teams, it was wonderful, we were cheering them on, it was so exciting, there was so much energy. we were right up there against the padres dugouts, and to turn around and see the excitement of the fans, it was awesome. >> i'm jealous -- >> indeed, battle of the bay. >>> within minutes of the win, giants tweeted out this link, it shows all
in los angeles are dismantelling the space shuttle endeavour. and could we be looking for a sunny and breezy sunday? forecast coming up. >>> this weekend, crews in l.a. are dismantelling the space shuttle endeavor from atop the 747 jet. preparation for its next stop. retired spacecraft has spent a first full day in los angeles after flying over the skies of california. thousands of people across the state came out to witness the shuttle's flyover. endeavour will be on display of the california science center beginning october 30. in case you are out there. >> if you have ever seen a shuttle in person, it's an unbelievable sight and it's worth seeing, that's for sure. >> absolutely. i thought it was great out there today. >> it was pretty nice. it felt like summer. we had that brief line of showers, but besides that, totally in the clear and that's what we are going to enjoy overnight tonight. take a look at our michael and son weather cam. the dew point starting to fall. they were well into the 60s during the day today. that dew point is in the mid 50s and winds have shifted ou
world. the film maker, who has questioned by police in los angeles last weekend, has now gone into hiding. the state department is taking cnn to task for reopening and reporting the contents of a slain american ambassador christopher stevens' personal journal despite the objections of his family. the news channel says it found the journal four days after stevens was killed in the recent attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya. egypt's new president is calling on the united states to change its attitude toward the arab world. in an interview in "new york times," mohammed morsi says his country wants friendship but the united states must respect the cultural differences of the arab world. a salmonella outbreak has prompted a peanut butter recall. it involves the creamy salted valencia variety sold in trader joe's stores. the tainted peanut butter has sickened at least 29 people in 18 states. police plan to charge the man who was mauled by a tiger after jumping into the bronx zoo's tiger den. the 25-year-old is said to have told investigators that he wanted, in his words,
in san francisco in los angeles that life sentences for non-violent crimes did nothing to improve public safety but overcrowded prisons. there are never released people from our prisons because they're so overcrowded and we have a choice to release people who are more serious which is what we're doing today are the people that have been sentenced to life for extraordinarily minor crimes they do have to be felonies under california law almost anything north of jaywalking to count as a felony. critter prosecutors have discretion in how they charge of three striking after reports about how they choose to do a of a felony is a third strike and not how many prisoners are we talking about are in the first inning pizzas and second of all prosecutors have discretion why did they change the law. >>> we think it restores the original intent of the three strikes law to keep alive sentences for serious and violent felonies and for the folks of been sentenced to life than a non serious nonviolent crimes like petty theft and drug possession that are a few thousand people there but none of them will b
of this study shows and experience says the in san francisco and los angeles that light sentences for non-violent crimes does nothing to improve safety but over crowds are prison. they release the people from prison and is on a 50% capacity and your 20s and these people who are more serious than they're doing today and people been sentenced to life for minor crimes like shoplifting >>> the data to be felonies >>> but under the california law almost anything north of jaywalking can count on the way the penal code works here >>> we offer report about when they choose to do a felony is the first record not. and how many prisons are we exit talking about art and the prosecutors have discretion >>> proposition 36 brings the original intent of the three strikes law to keep life sentences for violent felon. and for those who 10 non serious and nonviolent crimes like drug possession they are few thousand people there. among those people get released court any relief under the proposition 36. a judge finds them. or no longer a threat to public safety. they have to help people who serve the most my
in los angeles i'm geraldo rivera reporting on the major foreign policy blunder that may haunt the president in the final weeks of the election campaign. his administration stubborn refusal to state the obvious that the deadly attack on our people in libya last week was not a spontaneous mob reaction to an ugly antimuslim movie but rather a well planned coordinated terrorist attack. call it benghazi gate. the question of what the obama administration knew you about the true nature of the assault that killed our ambassador chris stevens and the three other brave americans and when they knew it and consider the possibility that this unfolding scandal will become a serious distraction for the president as he tries to capitalize on rival mitt romney's own week be from hell including mr. romney's comment about the 47% who don't pay any income tax and who therefore will never vote for him, the release this weekend of the governor's 2011 tax returns and the widespread feeling in the mainstream media at least that governor romney is losing this race. >> you are the c.e.o. of this campa
, the san joaquin valley. even los angeles. gusty winds in the sierra nevada. the fire danger is quite high. when it clears here, nice day at the beach but strong rip currents along the central coast. but we are talking about a nice afternoon. we will call it mostly sunny. game time 1:05 with temperatures in the low 60s at at&t park. the breeze kicks up so it will still be pleasant in the afternoon. raiders are playing across the bay, lower 60s. mid-afternoon we will call it partly cloudy to mostly sunny and low 80s returning here. higher clouds in the south bay and instead of the mid-80s, a little more like fall, 9 in san jose. really nice there with last day of the jazz festival in monterey, 65. and the walnut festival in walnut creek, and the folson street fair going on in the city. but a nice-looking afternoon. not much of a change to start the week. the winds are going to kick up and and it lacks like they will go offshore by the end of the week and that means warmer, dryer conditions. >> thanks, lisa. let's check out sports. at 10:00 this morning the niners play the minnesota vikings,
see high clouds you think of channel 5. out of the bay area but is good for travelers sunshine and los angeles and '70s for chicago and new york city. we look at numbers tonight in the '50s, we look at 89 degrees in brentwood 85 livermore, 83 pittsburgh, so plenty warm. 82 santa rosa, 65 stinson beach, downtown san francisco 66, oakland 72 appearing with cool it down it week and next weekend it comes back up. the warmest time of the air and the coastal bay area. it will warm up. >>> we keep telling kids plan soccer it will cool down but it's not. the i phone has a secret and unexpected feature if you have the verizon divergent it comes unlocked which bans it will work on the at&t network to, you plug in an at&t card it allows customers to switch carriers instead of canceling a contract. the i phone 5 went on sale yesterday. late night at&t park >>> it is up to the giants the magic number is 1. the cbs 5 team on regular blanket coverage tonight. the giants set to play for something big tonight the a's, will get the license plate number of the truck that hit them this afternoon a gut wr
>>> the 2 pieces a car online with from seattle and the one from los angeles is that the paperwork that the proof of the transcripts and school attendance that they have been here and there were getting inundated with the need for all this paperwork. how was it going in severed his coat with a bay area? >>> is taking a week for the schools. the paperwork is back to the applicants. it has not seem like an obstacle. >>> is bombarded with all this work of a sudden. is it becoming a burden? >>> it is not come back to me. >>> and june is here and august and in the school >>> this will be an opportunity that we knew was coming along the summer. the legal aspect for the and the monetary aspect was a pleasant surprise. >>> a 17 year-old goes to do this. does he or she have to come from parents court document or undocumented? >>> the application there are certain requirements as only for the actual applicant. the status of the children and siblings is not with the requirements >>> how knows the are the documents? what they want to know? >>> the first requirement that the show is the individ
bacteria levels are high. both legs have been closed until notice. shuttle endeavour is ground in los angeles spots.lying over many the golden gate bridge and the sign, to name a few. its next stop is its new home, california science center. a long day and a cool night. can we expect for the rest of the weekend? [ romney ] my plan is to help the middle class. trade has to work for america. that means crack down on cheaters like china, it means open up new markets. next, we've got to balance the budget. you've got to cut the deficit. you've got to stop spending more money than we take in. and finally, champion small business. have tax policies, regulations, and healthcare policies that help small business. we put those in place; we'll add twelve million new jobs in four years. i'm mitt romney and i approve this message. >> the calendar says september folksat has not stopped in germany from kicking off .ktoberfest a big parade was held in the city and then celebrating took .lace it boasts the largest beer .estival there is a celebration as well the national harbor. in case anybody was w
security. >> mitt romney spent the day at private fundraisers around san diego and los angeles. he encouraged donors to reach voters in more competitive states such as ohio. >> he has increased the number of food stamps by 15 million. that is more than a population of ohio. a randomly selected states. [laughter] >> in 25 states, it is possible to vote early either in person or through an absentee ballot. members of congress have gone home for the campaign season and will not return home until after the elections. the senate passed a six month bill to keep the government running. the unfinished business and close the budget and taxes, foreign policy and legislation to save the postal service from insolvency. stay up-to-date with the latest news on our web site, we will find information on the elections. just click on politics. still to come, a baltimore church leader celebrates 60 years of service. wheat -- meet reverend marcus garvey woods. plus, it can make a quick sam is but one friend of peanut butter is coming off the shelves. details when we come back. people here
comers competing for the most coveted trophy. rachel smith joins us from los angeles with a preview of the big event. >> that's right, guys. television's biggest night. the star power attending is tremendous. not a nominee in sight when i was rehearsing for on the red carpet at the emmys. i couldn't help but get wrapped up in all of the excitement. here's look at the preparation and talk, leading up to the main event. the red carpet is rolled out. the emmys in place. the audi green room decked to perfection. everything is ready for this -- >> the emmy goes to -- >> goes to -- >> tonight's emmy awards features a showdown between newbies and the best. can mad men make it a record five wins for best drama? >> was i supposed to say something. >> or could the new series "homeland" pose a threat? will bryan cranston crank up a new win? or will damian lewis break his tweak. will julia louis-dreyfus sweep in or will amy poehler final win? the supporting actor in a drama category is dominated with newbies. but maybe the biggest face-offs of all, a true family fight, all six adult actors on t
, and abc's david kerley leads us off tonight. >> reporter: mitt romney raised $6 million in los angeles last night. but it's the number of fund-raisers versus appearances, which is worrying some republicans who feel the race slipping away. and are and inning big campaign changes. romney was dismissive when "60 minutes" asked if he can turn around his campaign. >> well, it doesn't need to turn around. we have a campaign that is tied with the incumbent president of the united states. >> reporter: tied in national polls but not leading in any states that may win the race. and after the release of a secret tape, the held of the republican party was asked about the apparent disconnect over changing strategy. >> is he in denial? >> i don't think so, george. i think that we had a good week last week. we were able to frame up the debate. >> reporter: while romney says he doesn't need a turnaround, his campaign is kicking off a new strategy tonight. advisers promise an intense battleground schedule, in colorado tonight, then ohio and virginia. it's still not enough to quiet even republican criti
, to boston to los angeles and we all get together twice a year and we're exchanging stories of how we're trying to make our cities successful. >> do you all talk at once? [ laughter ] >> we usually do. we usually do. but this year, they listened to what san francisco was all about. and so at our advice, they created a task force on technology and innovation from the rest of the mayors and they made me the chair. so i get to chair that and i get to introduce all of the technology/innovation that we're doing in san francisco, offering samples to the rest of the cities across the country and have them interact with us. we're onto our third meeting and it's virtual meetings, as well as physical meetings. >> the mayors? >> the mayors, and they are excited about this because they know there is job-creation at the end. >> by the way, the other mayors when you go to their cities and go to the airport, it's always mayor xyz welcomes you. in san francisco it's small letters ed lee welcomes you and underneath that is the logos of ten san francisco tech companies that says, "welcome to the
and reform agenda and true in that he joins other democrats like the mayor of los angeles, for example, so there's a movement as mr. klein wrote where democrats are willing to take this on, but if they're willing to take it on in a way that ends up 17 1/2% raise on teachers, and not going to help very much. >> is it going down in chicago it's finally over, colin? >> i think that parents are reloved to have their kids back in school, relieved. but it's going to have enormous costs for the school system and i think that moody's looked at this and it was credit negative here. >> paul: right. >> here this strike so they're going to have to make more quick adjustments, maybe more charter schools. >> paul: that would be a good outcome, but that will be fought every step of the way by the unions, too. we have to take one more break. when we come back, ou >> announcer: this is the day. the day that we say to the world of identity thieves "enough." we're lifelock, and we believe you have the right to live free from the fear of identity theft. our pledge to you? as long as there are identity thieves
>>> brown sign the bill during a visit to los angeles planned parenthood he says california expense access to birth control and we affirm everywoman's basic constitutional right. another loss signed into law california doctors have to let women know if they have a certain condition that could raise risk of a mess breast cancer diagnosis, the bill forces doctors to inform patients with dense breast tissue, that tissue cut masked mammography results the governor vetoed the bill last year because he thought notification to cause unnecessary anxiety the new measure tweaks the warning in the bill. and campaign 2012 election day more than six weeks away, and pushing on for both president obama and challenger mitt romney they spent the saturday raising cash. dru levenson with more. >>> president barack obama came to wisconsin hungry for votes and food. >>> you-to try these >>> the president's motorcade made a stop at a milwaukee deli famous for its sausage >>> i was able to have an outstanding sampling of brought worst >>> president obama said it takes more than one term to fix the economy he ham
them about other options safer sex options >>> brown signed the bill during a visit to los angeles planned parenthood and said california expense access to birth control and reaffirms everywoman's basic constitutional right. another woman's health bill signed into law california doctors must let women know they have a certain condition that could raise the risk of a missed breast cancer diagnosis, the bill forces doctors to inform patients with dense breast tissue that tissue could mask mammography results during the governor vetoed the bill last year because he thought notification could cause unnecessary anxiety the new measure tweaks the wording. endeavour's final journey and not over yet crews plan to get from the airport to the museum. they were left dangling 300 ft. in the air for hours what is happening about the riot that broke down twice in one month and five others just like it across the country. >>> the heat is on in the bay area could not for long changes are a at. a[ male announcer ] jay likes it when his mobile phone helps him deposit his checks. jay also like it whe
. there is what is called a neighborhood center. one is just being constructed now in chinatown in los angeles. and they are also trying a model called express stores which have even smaller 15,000 square feet or so of just fresh food. so we assume the model of a supercenter. we put it in district 6, assuming south of market would have more potential for a large store than some of the other districts in san francisco. but it could be located in other neighborhoods as well, but we needed to pick one to apply this model. and what we show then here and based on the loss that they recorded in chicago, we applied that to the square footage of our stores here, using the department of public health database of our current industry and current number of establishments. so within the district of the new store and that is what is shown here, within the first year, the impact would be a closure of 37 establishments. in terms of jobs, because those stores -- we don't have specific numbers -- but they range from usually 1-4 employees. these are small, corner stores, and small establishments. so the r
evening. i'm chris matthews in los angeles. let me start with difficulties mitt romney has been having in the campaign. who proved that effort to suppress the black vote which bill clinton calls the most blatant he's ever seen. if he and his agent says his party wasn't behind it, he should say so. who did this attack on poor people and welfare for not having a work requirement? wasn't it mitt romney saying, i'm mitt romney and approve the message. who has backed out the obstructionist number one congress and their priority to terminate the president obama win through the filibuster. he used the dirty tools of the old say, voter suppression, coded racial appeals. if he's having a tough month maybe he earned a few more. howard fineman is here but first new polls in the presidential race. the "hardball" scoreboard. according to a new "national journal" poll he leads romney by seven. 50/43 and has a seven-point nationally. romney, 45 and obama, 52. the new purple strategies poll, in north carolina, president obama has a two-point lead over mitt romney, 48/46% and look at this, the race is
with us. i'm speaking from los angeles. there's a new study out there. >>> also, my triathlon. after a year of training, you'll finally see this big race. >>> but first we're going to put something very important, cancer cures, under the microscope. this week m.d. anderson, it's the largest cancer center in the world made this startling announceme announcement. they said we're finally in a position to eradicate several cancers. not some day, far off in the future but soon. that includes cancers like melanoma, prostate cancer, childhood leukemias, even the biggest killer, lung cancer. no question it's challenge. for one thing there are some who say we simile can't afford the staringing cost of new treatments and we've also heard big promises before to be sure, but this time they're telling us it's different. >> translate. >> roslyn is 23 years old. she was halfway through college last december when she noticed something strange in her left breast. >> smnlt wasn't right. i just felt like it was something not good. >> two doctors told her not to worry. but a biopsy revealed the truth. i
working in los angeles. after being a patrol officer for just a few months, you are placed on gang detail. you have arrested a youth. instead of taking him to jail, you taken to his mother. the mother says, can you make him more afraid of you that of the gang members? the academy does not prepare you for that. i take that experience and i realized in the gang environment, most of these youths are coming from single- family households. in the area where the gang violence is most prevalent, great citizens of the community, 99% of those citizens are afraid. as a prosecutor, i take this experience and figure out how i want to enforce gang violence, especially in san francisco. i break it down into three categories. you have the individual who is not fully immersed in the gang lifestyle. he is just an associate comment just hanging out. -- associates, just hanging out. for that individual, we try to work with community-based programs. i've met with dcyf, the african- american steering committee, people haven't been in this violence and i say to them, what can -- people have been in this violen
. it is a public defender. this is someone who worked as a public defender for 19 years in los angeles. she is now director of legal services. now i'm going to embarrass her. her name is ellie miller. there she is. [applause] public defenders are legal ministers. you are. you are part of this picture. ok. i will go back to what i was supposed to be doing, forgive me. i am going to -- we have heard everybody's contribution. now i want to talk about what is working and what is not working. i am going to ask each of the members to speak the truth to one another. let me direct some early remarks. you have suffered unimaginable pain. i will make an assumption that i can speak for the audience in singing, cannot imagine what would be like to be is a child. from that pain, from your community organizing, what do you say to the commander? it is not 1996 any more. what is going on? what do you say to him? what does he say to you? i will ask you to keep the remarks brief. commander, i will give you a chance to respond. you are hearing about all these things, what is your reaction? >> there needs to be more
when he signed on to the be the bass player. his first gig was upstairs here at what was then a los angeles club what did that feel like at the time? >> it was incredible. i think with the band i was... when i joined the band i felt like i found my identity. >> reporter: in those early days money was tight. kanal recently found these old ledgers in which the band kept track expenses >> to actually buy this ledger was $4 >> reporter: you kept a record of that? >> yeah reporter: you're paying for the rehearsal space here >> exactly. so tony put in $5, tom put in $5 and i put in $4 >> reporter: they all worked odd jobs to pay for that rehearsal time. stefani was a salesgirl in a clothing store for older women. >> and i had a whole wall of polly he is ter pants in every color. pulp ons. i could make pretty cute outfits for them. they were so grateful. i loved that >> think about how that was like the training ground. think about how much experience you got from the polly he is ter pants and then the make-up counter. you know what i mean? it all contributed to who you are now >> it did.
, behind places like new york, new orleans, los angeles and miami. >> 18 million tour efforts visited san francisco last year. and the pace continues this year. they come for the beauty, but sometimes see the beast. "travel and leisure magazine" ranked san francisco was one of america's dirtiest cities, 11 out of 35 surveyed. it comes from an online poll of some 50,000 readers, not at all scientific and not at all accurate according to most tourists retalk to. >> i grew up in new york so my threshold nor dirt is way up here. i see san francisco and i think i can literally eat off this sidewalk compared to new york. >> he's right, new york is number one or the dirty list. but back to san francisco. >> it's beautiful. i would not say it's a dirty city. it's not the dirtiest city. >> she's write. baltimore ranks third but san francisco deserves to be on the list too, according to some tourists, like this family from australia. >> yeah, it has been a little grimy and dirty. my son got spit on. >> the counter points in the not so pristine conditions. the magazine gave san francisco high marks
from rachel smith in los angeles. drama. >> i'm going to say it, i'm going with an upset, "breaking bad." >> wow, not my homeland, ouch. >> what about comedy? >> well, what do you think? i think it's going be a three-peat for "modern family." the fan base are doing it again. they are delivering the funny, can't go wrong with "modern family." >> and with "modern family," who are the two winners? >> clearly the odds are in modern family favors. of the gents, i say eric stonestreet. ty took it last year. and then, for actress, i would have to say, julie bowen, i think it's going to be a repeat for her. i don't foresee her passing along that torch to her co-worker sofia vergara. >> well, you heard it first, from rachel smith. >> some big risks this morning. >> i am. we'll find out tomorrow. >> thank you, rachel. >>> you can watch our own lara spencer and josh elliott spencer and josh elliott tonight co-hosting the emmys on the red carpet. join us tomorrow morning for our huge "good morning america" emmys afterparty. exclusive interviews with the winners. >>> thanks for watching this morning
in moss angeles. -- los angeles. >> all you want is the best possible classroom experience. there has to be some level of accountability. i would but it might evolve met helped to rate teachers. not testers in a performance what metric will you use? john: that includes your parents. >> but they were educators and my mom said the same thing. there are brilliant teachers out there who change lives. think of the best teacher that still has the impact. wouldn't be wonderful we could trust our children would have that experience? would it is all about the union thomas stranglehold, the pension, benefits, it makes teachers the enemy. but they should be what makes children more successful. [applause] john: the union says it is not just about money. they don't think this system is fair to get students whose parents don't care and the teachers that struggle are unfairly judged. >> this is what is shameful. the unions blame the hard chips on the students. no question but the point* that the mayor was making you want to identify this teachers and move them farther and faster. that is what the un
on a service mission for her church in los angeles from 1994-1996. she married matt in december of 1996 in salt lake city. she worked in advertising in boston agencies before becoming a mother. she has four children. she has lived in boston and seattle since being married. currently they are living in san diego, california. she endures photography, reading, exercising, cooking in her free time. please help me welcome laurie romney. [applause] >> i action graduated from college in 1994 -- actually graduated from college in 1994. [laughter] thank you for the introduction. it was a really nice. am laurie romney and i married to mitt romney's second son, matt. i am grateful that you are here. thank you for coming. this really is an important cause. that is why we are all here. the reason i am excited to be here -- i am not a professional speaker, so please excuse me if i am not as articulate as some -- but i feel that i have personal insight and stories to share about mitt that can help you develop a real feeling for how much he cares about women and how confidence he is and how hard people work fo
-line orders in three to four weeks. >>> crews in los angeles worked overnight to lift the space shuttle endeavour to make the 12-mile trip to its new home at the california science center. yesterday that shuttle thrilled people all across the bay area and the state and it flew from northern so south california on its farewell tour. >>> another weekend, another job fair, but there is positive news. we'll tell but some bay area companies that are hiring now. >>> windy conditions fan this fast-moving fire in the east bay. the effort to contain the flames after major cutbacks. >>> plus more live pictures from san francisco, where the giants have just clinched the national league division title. stay with us for our continuing live coverage. [ taste buds ] donuts, donuts, donuts! who are these guys? oh, that's just my buds. bacon, donuts. -my taste buds. -[ taste buds ] waffles. how about we try this new kind of fiber one cereal? you think you're going to slip some fiber by us? rookie. okay. ♪ nutty clusters and almonds, ♪ ♪ almonds. ♪ fiber one is gonna make you smile. ♪ [ male an
acting director huey deputy sweeney and chief henchon as we sat with six top staff from the los angeles building department who visited san francisco to learn about our procedures and code enforcements and inspects and plan review we discussed earlier in the last item. * inspections at the recommendation of acting director huey, we will be establishing a new committee to recognize and award outstanding dbi employees on a quarterly or annual basis. an initial organizational session was held yesterday and i was there. vice president mar was there. i was pleased to be part of this new committee. other members include emilie morrison and jeffery mar and bill strawn. it was a good discussion and as i joke with bill in good fashion, we find issues we want to address first before we can agree on it. we'll have another meeting and the goal here is to have this program in place here starting next year and do it on a quarterly basis. i think it will be a very, very good policy to have in place to recognize all the -- particularly the people in the dbi family who are doing a great job and recogn
. here in the u.s., the coptic bishop of los angeles joined leading muslim representatives in denouncing the film and the violent response. they said copts and muslims must stand together against extremists in either religion. and in an effort to reach muslim protesters abroad, u.s. muslim groups released videos in arabic and urdu appealing for calm and restraint. >>> in other news, on capitol hill, senator dick durbin convened a hearing on hate crimes, in response to the mass shooting last month at a sikh temple in wisconsin. among those who testified was a young sikh man whose mother was killed in the attack. he urged the government to begin tracking hate crimes against sikhs, as it does for other religions. >> an attack on one of us, is an attack on all of us. >>> meanwhile, in ohio, 16 amish men and women, part of a breakaway group, were found guilty of hate crimes for cutting the hair and beards of members of their former community. the actions were considered a hate crime because hair holds religious significance for the amish. >>> in rome this week, a harvard professor released ne
." >> a lot of unique artwork inspired by the show is on display in los angeles. >> now you see the path of the cool show the your watching and it is amazing. to honor that and thank the fans. we have debuted over 20 original pieces inspired by "breaking bad." these are done by artists or fans, top designers from around the world. we are about to get started. >> we wanted>> well, obviously s inspired by "breaking bad." i love the walt character so much. >> this is my piece. walt.called i love the idea of taking something that is not for children and switching it around and making it kit friendly. turning into a retro children's album. watching it from beginning and it is awesome. the characters are so well with their unique personalities, so well created. did you just use the word ethically in a sentence? are a two bit lawyer. bought this?who the creator of "breaking bad" what this piece. been a fan of his four .ears >> secrets, speaking from experience. this is the only show on ofevision that is a piece itself. each small detail is there for a which is rare and inspires creativity. it i
on a downtown los angeles sidewalk and he watched his chief investigator seized by the police caught in the act of bribing a juror. a few weeks later, darrow was indicted on two counts of bribery, and burt franklin, the investigator, agreed to testify against them. he swore that darrow had ordered him to pay $4000 to jurors who agreed to vote not guilty. and darrow was at that time at the height of the same one of america's foremost trial lawyers, political leaders and populist champions, and his careened staggered off track there in southern california. caught up by shame he left his wife one reunite for the apartment of his mistress. with a revolver in one pocket and a whiskey barrel -- whiskey bottle in the other, he sat down and vowed to kill them so. she brought out two glasses. they sat at a wooden table underneath one of those swinging bare lightbulbs. and fortunately for us she talked him out of it. he went on to create an american architect, lawyer for the little guy, advocate for the common folk. poking his thumbs, regarding the jury from beneath that cascading shock of hair, speaking
raised in the last few days around los angeles and san san francisco some $9 million. no one expects him to be competitive in the general election. tomorrow he will be going to colorado and first time he has been there in seven weeks. so much time has been spent fund-raising. he has taken a fair amount of heat from republicans in conveying ideas. he will go to colorado tonight, exactly ten days before the first presidential debate will take place in colorado. its clear signal from the romney campaign they hit the state seriously and they have an opportunity to win. tomorrow paul ryan will kick off a bus tour in ohio and romney will join him on tuesday. leaving los angeles now headed for colorado for the event in denver tonight. remainder of the week he plans to accelerate it pretty hard. this is the first weekend he has worked fund-raising both saturday and sunday in more than a month. there is clear recognition that the sprinted is here. they have to step it up to catch barack obama but also to keep the republican base that he needs happy and shows he's got the necessary energy to go th
there in los angeles and san diego and i must tell you, california is in as bad shape as we all hear it is and i hope that those in california listening to the program today will take it upon themselves to get to work on that state. what a great place and it's a shame to see it in the financial shape it's in host: back to the phones, melvin on the line for republicans, you're on the phone with william beach of the heritage foundation. go ahead. caller: good morning gentlemen and thank you for bringing this problem to our attention. i agree with you, it's a terrible problem, dependency in this country. thank you very much. my question to you, sir, have you ever considered why this is really happening? is it because of our politicians? but isn't it related somehow to changing our economic system? it's become winner take all and the 99 percent versus the 1 percent. it's so difficult for a person to make a living today. have you ever factored in the coloration between this change in our system with your statistics? guest: thank you melvin, that's a great question and yes, we've thought a
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